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You may consider yourself a patient and tolerant person. But, when you encounter difficult office personalities who annoy or frustrate you, it can be challenging and stressful. The key to communicating and working with difficult people is to focus on the thing you have 100 percent control over … your reaction to them. You have to change how you react to people before you can…


  Everyone has heard about the fear of failure but don’t think too much about the opposite side of the same coin: the fear of success. This fear, much like any other, sits in the back of people’s minds that they don’t deserve their success. Nor do they deserve any recognition they have achieved. They carry an overwhelming feeling of guilt or phoniness that is…


Everyone’s been stuck in meetings that are dominated by one or two people. They’re comfortable and confident and say anything that comes to mind. Meanwhile, you, the introvert, take great notes, analyze remarks the others make, and come up with some great ideas for solving the issues being discussed. The only problem is that those ideas remain stuck in your head because you aren’t contributing…


“Don’t raise your voice. Improve your argument.” Bishop Desmond Tutu, Address at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa, November 23, 2004   Whether you’re arguing at work with a co-worker or having a tense negotiation, there are times when you can blow your cool and suddenly find the situation slipping away. For most people, that’s when the adrenaline starts flowing, the blood pressure rises, and…


What are three of the most powerful words in the English language? No, it’s not the three that immediately spring to mind. While telling your spouse, significant other or partner, “I love you,” is always a good idea, saying that to people at work will just lead to a rash of sexual harassment lawsuits and probable termination. Let’s rephrase the question to, “What are the…


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